OPINION AND FEATURES

A list of all feature articles in chronological order.

Tips for fast-tracking your career

Tips for fast-tracking your career

Massey University career development consultant Grant Verhoeven and Massey Business School lecturer Dr Luk Swiatek suggest some quick tips toward fast tracking your career in 2018. Their suggestions about how to get your career firing on all cylinders, are based on thousands of hours of running career coaching, leadership development programmes and research. Here are three:

What the Year of the Dog means for NZ

What the Year of the Dog means for NZ

Associate Professor Henry Chung, an expert in marketing and Chinese culture with the Massey Business School, explains the significance of Chinese New Year - and the benefits it brings to New Zealand.

Love talking to people? Consider communication

Love talking to people? Consider communication

Self-confessed 'people lover' Indyah Tava'e explains why she chose to study communication.

Opinion: PM's baby news sends message on gender equality

Opinion: PM's baby news sends message on gender equality

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's announcement of her pregnancy is fabulous news that we can all celebrate and support. It sends a very empowering message to women, says Grant Duncan.

A new dawn for High Performance Squash
Tuesday 25 July 2017
School of Sport and Exercise lecturer Jeremy Hapeta and Business student Regan Smith have been thanked by Squash NZ for the concept and design of their new High-Performance emblem.
Massey to offer prestigious higher education teaching qualification
Tuesday 25 July 2017
Massey University has been named as the first New Zealand University granted the right to accredit staff with a globally recognised qualification in higher education teaching.
The incriminating language of Trump Jnr’s emails
Thursday 20 July 2017
Professor Ted Zorn says if you look closely at the language in Donald Trump Jnr's emails, it suggests an ongoing discussion about Russian interference in the US Presidential election campaign.
An unlucky boy and a lonely beast
Thursday 13 July 2017
A coming-of-age action fantasy tale, The Boy and the Beast tells the story of Ren, a misfortunate lonely boy and Kumatetsu, a lonesome beast from the imaginary world.
A DIY approach to retirement planning
Tuesday 11 July 2017
How much should I save for retirement? It's a question that often freaks people out - but that doesn't need to be the case because there's plenty of free help at hand.
Massey PhD student nailing The Block NZ
Monday 10 July 2017
Sport science PhD student Yanita McLeay has temporarily given up her student lifestyle in Palmerston North to renovate a house in Auckland, on national television.
Do we spend too much on Government salaries?
Monday 10 July 2017
The 'Our World in Data' website shows New Zealand's government wage bill is a larger share of public spending than other OECD countries.
Introducing indigenous thinking into philosophy
Friday 7 July 2017
Dr Krushil Watene has some big questions on her mind - questions she thinks could help change the way we live together as a society.
Migrant and political stories of Latino music
Tuesday 4 July 2017
It's famously seen as a melancholic, darkly passionate dance of Argentina, but tango is also a story of migration and social upheaval. It is one of four music styles explored in the first free online...
Theatre workshop ‘outside the box’ for prisoners
Thursday 29 June 2017
A two-day workshop with an internationally renowned exponent of theatre that promotes social change has given a group of prisoners at Auckland Prison a unique forum to share their stories.
Moving your mood with music
Tuesday 27 June 2017
With the second Music Therapy Awareness Week coming up, it is a good time to remind ourselves of the health benefits of music and how its everyday use can help move your mood.
Opinion: Sir John Key's legacy may be his cycleways
Monday 26 June 2017
One of the things about being a politician, I suspect, is that you would want to leave a legacy of your time in elected office.
Looming clash between home owners and renters
Sunday 25 June 2017
With major policy announcements from the two largest parties this month, there is no doubt housing is shaping up as one of the key issues for the 2017 general election.
NZ's first certified Cicerone to judge craft beers
Thursday 22 June 2017
The New Zealand Food Awards is proud to announce Josh Scott has joined the technical judging panel to judge the craft beer group within the Countdown Alcoholic Beverage Category.
Opinion: Why businesses need diplomacy
Thursday 22 June 2017
Diplomacy skills are becoming increasingly important as globalisation changes the international business landscape, says PhD candidate Fahad Alammar.
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